Whose Sustainability Counts?: BASIX's Long March from Microfinance to Livelihoods

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By the end of 2010, the glowing reputation of microfinance was beginning to tarnish. The collapse of the microfinance industry in Andhra Pradesh, well-publicized client indebtedness, and the Bangladeshs governments sacking of Grameen Bank President Muhammad Yunus, the Nobel prize-winner and venerated father of microcredit, represented a critical turning point for the industry.

Whose Sustainability Counts?: BASIX's Long March from Microfinance to Livelihoods 2011, Kumarian Press

ISBN-13: 9781565494503

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Whose Sustainability Counts?: BASIX's Long March from Microfinance to Livelihoods 2011, Kumarian Press

ISBN-13: 9781565494510

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